Monday, September 19, 2011

Freezing pizza crusts

We picked a favorite pizza crust early in our GFCF journey and it is still our favorite. In fact, I think I like it better than regular gluten-packed pizza crust. It is from the "Cooking for Isaiah" GFCF cookbook.
I've been making up 4-6 crusts at a time (double or triple the recipe) and freezing them.

The crust doesn't really rise like regular dough but it does have to hang out on some parchment paper for a while before baking. That's when you heat your pizza stone to 450 degrees. Each of these crusts is baked for about 8 minutes on the hot stone.

The texture of the crust is crisp, not doughy, and it freezes well.

Although they certainly don't last long in the freezer! A couple of children I know have discovered that one of these with some pizza sauce, pepperoni and a few veggies makes a great after school snack!


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